I started out skip tracing and collecting money from deadbeats and quickly learned that liars come from all walks of life. I never actually stole a car, but sometimes hired big guys with tow trucks and a penchant for working in the dark to “help” when negotiations failed.
A resident of Southern California, I love spending time in Hawaii, especially on the Garden Island of Kauai, where I invent lies for others to read. My years of chasing deadbeats taught me many valuable life lessons such as—always keep your car in the garage.
About my story: In Murder on the Road to Hana, one member of McKenna’s tour group is killed next to the grave of Charles Lindbergh. To solve the case, it’s McKenna vs. twelve suspects and a drone. Bad odds under the best of circumstances.